<gallery><!-- Unsourced image removed: Image:ClaraheadshotSIZED.jpg|Clara Guerrero --><!-- Unsourced image removed: Image:Guerrero15.jpg|Clara Guerrero --></gallery>Clara Juliana Guerrero Londoño
(born April 22, 1982 in Armenia, Colombia
) is a Colombian bowler
. She has won Colombian championships and multiple international championships in various competition categories. A bowler since her youth, she has a more than a decade of experience bowling with Team Colombia and another half dozen years of Junior Team Colombia appearances to her credit.
Internationally, Guerrero was chosen 2000
Woman of the Year in Quindio, Colombia, Best Athlete of the Year and Future Athlete of the Year. Other awards to her credit include a second place finish in the 2006 Women's Challenge, winner of the 2006 Panama Invitational, Colombian National Champion in 2002-05, Silver and Bronze medalist in the 1999 and 2003 FIQ World Championship and the Pan-American Games, Silver medalist in the 2000 AMF World Cup
, and a two time World Champion
in the 2009 Women's World Championships.
In 2003, Guerrero captured the bronze medals in singles and doubles event at the 2003 Pan American Games
, held from August 1 to August 17, 2003 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The event, staged at the Sebelen Bowling Center. Clara Juliana continued her success in international Competition with Team Colombia. She captured the Team Bronze medal at the 2003 World Championship... Read More